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James "Jim" Clark joined the US Air Force in 1986 at the age of twenty and served as a security police and law enforcement officer for the duration of his four-year enlistment. His time was spent at Dyess AFB in Abilene, TX and he had the privilege of providing security for the B-1 Bomber fleet stationed there.

After his discharge from the Air Force, Jim worked as a security guard for a hospital and used his GI Bill to attend Fairmont State University in WV and receive a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. He went to work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Morgantown, WV before becoming a U.S. Marshal in 1996. Jim was the presidential appointment to be the U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Kentucky in 2010 and the Attorney General's appointment as the U.S. Marshal for the Virgin Islands in 2017, where he spent his last four years before retiring in 2021.

Jim and his wife Susan have been married for 11 years, returned to the States, and settled in Florida where he was able to receive the quality healthcare he needed to treat his polycystic kidney disease (PKD) and his dialysis treatments. Jim enjoys staying active by riding his bicycle, playing golf and bocci ball, going for walks, and spending time with Susan and their miniature Schnauzer, Gabby.

Will you consider getting involved by sharing Jim’s story and his need for a living kidney donor or will you consider becoming a kidney donor yourself? He has enlisted the help of a Veteran's organization called DOVE Transplant which is helping in his outreach to find his life-saving kidney donor. DOVE will assist all prospective donors throughout the process and make sure they do not incur any out-of-pocket expenses related to the evaluation or surgery.

A healthy person can live a normal life with one kidney and save this Veteran's life! Please click on the link below if you would like to learn more OR call (551) 233-1611.

James Clark

Air Force Veteran

Interested in Becoming a DOVE Donor?
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